According to a new market research report published by Credence Research, “Global Spray Booths Market (by Product Type (Cross Flow Booths, Downdraft Booths, Side Downdraft Booths, Open Face Booths, and Others (Reverse Flow Booths, etc.)), by End-use Vertical (Automotive, Industrial, Defense & Aerospace, Construction & Agriculture, and Other End-use Verticals), by Geography (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World)) – Growth, Future Prospects, and Competitive Landscape, 2018 -2026”, the global spray booths market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period from 2018 to 2026.
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Quality spray painting and high-end finishing have been the integral parts of manufacturing process since decades. Spray painting and coating protects body surface and enhances the visual appeal of the product, thereby engaging customer’s attention and triggering pulse purchase. Spray booths are a series of large enclosures where painting, finishing, and coating of body surface is carried out. The process of spray painting and finishing, if accomplished within shorter durations and with consistent quality, produces relatively greater turnover in the repair & body shop, leading to increased profit margins and lower operating costs. Therefore, faster process time and consistent quality along with energy savings are the major factors driving uptake of spray booths among OEMs and 4S shop owners. In terms of product type, value contribution from downdraft spray booths was the largest in the global spray booths market in 2017. Since air, paint vapors, and overspray in these spray booths are all directed downwards, they do not pass by the painter’s breathing zone and hence are considered safer than other variants. In addition, these spray booths provide cleanest possible finish than other variants and hence enjoy maximum adoption amongst automotive 4S shops, repair shops, and OEMs. On the other hand, low upfront cost and easy installation makes cross flow spray booths another sustainable alternative, especially for small and medium-sized repair shops.
Some of the leading manufacturers profiled in the study include Global Finishing Solutions, Blowtherm USA, Eagle Equipment, Spray Tech/Junair, Spraybooth Technology Ltd., Spray Systems Inc., Guangdong Jingzhongjing Industrial Painting Equipment Co., Ltd., Dalby Engineering Ltd., Todd Engineering Ltd., Fujitoronics K.K., Nova Verta, and Col-Met Engineered Finishing Solutions among others. In a bid to expand their product reach through different distribution channels, manufacturers are forming strategic partnerships with leading paint and coating manufacturers. Another overriding trend prevailing in the industry, especially in developed economies include introduction of energy efficient spray booths. In addition, manufacturers are required to develop spray booths in compliance with regulations and guidelines laid by agencies like OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) that promote safe and healthy working conditions for personnel at work.